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One-stop centre to boost border trade

Published on November 03, 2015

The structure which will operate 24 hours will be manned by Ugandan and Kenyan customs officers. "Our target is to cut the rate of doing trade in the border by at least 30 per cent. We plan to achieve this by automating the system of clearance and expanding the road that leads the border to a tune of Sh 200 million," said British High Commission Christian Turner during a tour of the area. The British government has set up programmes under the Trade Mark East Africa (TMEA) to ease trade between the eight East African countries.Read more  Source| Standard Digital